Compare 8 fertility clinics in Barcelona, Spain

There are [8] fertility centers in Barcelona with different treatment pricings and IVF packages. The IVF clinics in Barcelona offer various kinds of fertility diagnosis, such as In Vitro Fertilization, egg donation, sperm donation, IUI insemination, male infertility treatment, egg freezing, surrogacy programs and LGBT family building.








Via Augusta, 237, 08021 Barcelona, Spain

932414414


Digital transparency index

25%

Features: Private




Carrer de la Mare de Déu de la Salut, 78, 08024 Barcelona, Spain

937497031


Digital transparency index

24%

Features: Private




Avinguda Diagonal, 662, 664, 08034, 08034 Barcelona, Spain

932858216


Digital transparency index

24%

Features: Private




Carrer de les Escoles Pies, 103, 08017 Barcelona, Spain

934176916


Digital transparency index

21%

Features: Private




Ronda General Mitre, 14 (entrada por C/Ricardo Villa, 3), 08017 Barcelona, Spain

960451185


Digital transparency index

20%

Features: Private




Carrer de Sepúlveda 138, 08015 Barcelona, Spain

917370757


Digital transparency index

18%

Features: Private




Hospital de Barcelona, Avinguda Diagonal, 660, planta 16, 08034 Barcelona, Spain

932066489


Digital transparency index

18%

Features: Private




1º, Carrer d'Ausiàs Marc, 25, 08010 Barcelona, Spain

936552334


Digital transparency index

18%

Features: Private




Quick info - Spain fertility treatment costs in 2021:


Medications, pretests and additional procedures not included.

Please note that ADDITIONAL FEES MAY APPLY based on your unique needs.


Average price of standard IVF with ovarian stimulation:

5,571

Average ICSI treatment price:

470

Average price of IVF with Egg donation:

7,033

Average price of IVF with Embryo donation:

3,708

Average price of IVF with Sperm donation:

3,215








Packages & Deals | 2021

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General Information

Barceona is the capital of Catalonia, and is also the capital of the province of Barcelona. It lies on the Mediterranean coast in eastern Spain. After Madrid, it is the second largest Spanish city (1.6 million inhabitants, in the agglomeration almost 3 million). It is also known for the original buildings of architect Antoni Gaudí and his contemporaries.


History

Barcelona was probably founded in the 3rd century BC by carthaginian general Hamilkar Barkas and named it Barcina. In 218 BC, the Romans occupied Barcelona. At this time, however, it was not as important as southwestern Tarragona.

At the end of the 12th century Barcelona has become one of the main economic and trade centers of the Crown of Aragon. In 1469, however, Ferdinand II was married with Aragonese Isabella I of Castile, which resulted in the transfer of political power to Madrid.

The subsequent development of trade with America driven by Madrid and the effort to centralize power led to the decline of Barcelona and the dissatisfaction of its people. This led to the war of 1640-59, in which the Catalans and their French allies were defeated.

In 1939, the city was occupied by fascists, which led to a number of repressions, including a ban on teaching Catalan in schools. The transition to democracy did not occur until 1975, after the death of F. Franco. Catalonia gains the status of an autonomous region and in 1980 the first Catalan government is elected. The 1992 Olympic Games were held in Barcelona.


Barcelona - Quick guide

Gaudí's most famous works include the Sagrada Familia, a symbol of the city and a masterpiece that has not yet been completed (its construction is still ongoing, but because it is funded only by donations, work is progressing slowly).

Completion is planned for 2026. Gaudí gave this building all his creative power from 1883 until his death in 1926. The massive building with eight high towers has meanwhile become the most prominent point in the silhouette of Barcelona. From its towers, where you climb the spiral stairs, there is a wonderful view of the whole city and its surroundings. In the city center there are other famous Gaudí buildings, the House of Milà (Casa Milà), the House of Batlló (casa Batlló) and Park Güell.

Barcelona has many Gothic monuments; they come from its heyday. Many can be found in the Barri Gòtic district. One of the most important is certainly the town hall building called Casa de la Ciutat on Plaça Sant Jaume.


Interesting Facts

Barcelona is the seat of the archbishop, has several universities and technical and business schools, as well as a number of important libraries. It is an important industrial center of northeastern Spain, the surrounding region is very rich in raw materials. It was also the site of the Olympic Games in 1992.

Barcelona is one of the most important and most visited European cities. Due to its location and relative proximity to the French border, it is more easily accessible to many Europeans than the capital of the Kingdom of Spain, Madrid.



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